'Fulham are ready to rival Burnley in the pursuit of West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans, Goal understands.'
The Scottish midfielder has been out of the picture at The Hawthorns, and new Baggies boss Tony Pulis doesn't include the Premier League play in his regime.
West Bromwich Albion are currently looking to ship out any unwanted players as Tony Pulis battles to keep the club in the top tier of English football. The club's transfer rumours are increasing in number while their transfer list seems to be following a similar trend.
Dorrans has played twice since Pulis officially took charge at The Hawthorns, lasting 54 minutes of the 7-0 FA Cup victory over Gateshead before coming off the bench in the goalless draw with Everton on Monday. The player is out of touch, out of sight, out of mind.
Naturally this makes Dorrans susceptible to transfer offers, and a hefty price might be required to drag him to the Cottage.
Sean Dyche, just weeks after suggesting Fulham 'ruined' their last transfer window, has also upped his interest in the Baggies midfielder. The two clubs are set to battle it out, but The Daily Mail suggests Dorrans will go for no less than £2million.
GRAHAM DORRANS STATISTICS
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